ok. Organs have membranes. Membranes allow for distinct operations and functions to occur within each organ or membraned system.
At the borders of the membranes are communication facilities. Message passing through chemicals or whatnot.
It is in THOSE POINTS that the systems systems connect.
But within each organ, they are distinct operations.
I’ll give another example that can’t be explained by codes:
Physical systems can synchronize and desynchronize across multiple organs simultaneously. It can be a bunch of neurons or cells or whatever is biologically operating.
The “code view” does not account for these massive sweeps or synchronized pulses. It is larger than that.